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Re: Report Wolf Sightings Here - Hunting-Washington Wolf Count 158+
« Reply #885 on: June 11, 2021, 10:10:02 PM »
Big coyotes are completely legal to kill.
Your every Liberal vote is a direct attack on the Second Amendment and a vote for Socialism.  You WILL suffer the consequences.

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Re: Report Wolf Sightings Here - Hunting-Washington Wolf Count 158+
« Reply #886 on: August 26, 2021, 08:34:10 AM »
8/25/21 deep in Norse peak. Had my lab with me while pulling SD cards in cameras. She started acting very odd/cowardly, I've only seen her do this around Cats in the past. Got my hair stood up so I exited the thick I was in and headed up the south facing ridge out of the drainage . Just after clearing the thick and into some open hillside, I spotted it about 40yards down the ridge. When it saw me it spooked off up into a bunch of trees. My stupid dog after seeing it relaxed.lol also I didn't think to photograph it or it's prints. I sat down there for a lunch to give the wolf time to bug out, then headed over to where I saw him, found a nice clean track in dust/sand and walked my dog right through.  Amazing the difference. Also, the coloring had a touch of brown/red but predominay grey and white. Coyote impossible, my black lab is medium to large (65lb) and I sat her here I spotted the wolf backed to my position and the shoulder height difference was absurd, easily 9"-1 foot. Pretty cool animal, unlike other people here I don't flip my *censored* about wolves, I have to contended with other unregulated predators.

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Re: Report Wolf Sightings Here - Hunting-Washington Wolf Count 158+
« Reply #887 on: August 26, 2021, 08:49:18 AM »
8/25/21 deep in Norse peak. Pretty cool animal, unlike other people here I don't flip my *censored* about wolves, I have to contended with other unregulated predators.

We all contend with unregulated predators but I can see from your post you havent a clue what others contend with regarding wolves for the last 10+ years.  If they killed your stock and decimated your ungulate herds Id guess your take on wolves would evolve some.

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Re: Report Wolf Sightings Here - Hunting-Washington Wolf Count 158+
« Reply #888 on: August 26, 2021, 11:29:24 AM »
Yeah Iím one of those that kind of flip my lid, when I see any and all unregulated predators especially when they are in the act of taking animals that are off-limits to me. most of the time they are off-limits to me due to the over harvest from these unregulated predators. And most of which will be always defended because they have some sort of God-given right over Me. But I would say the wolf is probably the least defended out of that group. I think any and all of them need to be regulated and kept in check. Seeing more Wolves in central Washington all the time. Mostly singles still but just waiting for all those to turn into packs of 10 or 20 and see the last of our deer and elk disappear. Now if we could just get these unregulated predator groups to turn on each other and see the other as food, or profit,  we might get some where

 


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